So, yesterday I was eating a mini box of Frosted Flakes for breakfast, and my friends proceeded to make fun of me, because apparently I was eating them wrong. I am *supposed* to pour the milk in the cereal bag and eat it with a spoon. I personally prefer dry cereal (yes, I know I'm weird).
I promised that today I would eat my cereal correctly.
Well, my friend told me that she was going to open the bag for me. She was struggling with the plastic seal. We both heard a "pop," but because the top and the bottom of the bag were both still sealed, I didn't think anything of it.
I jokingly told my friend not to spill the Froot Loops.
Friend decided to tease me and fake-dump the still sealed bag of Froot Loops over my head.
Except it wasn't sealed.
The popping noise that we had heard was the side flap splitting open. So when Friend turned the bag over my head, I was doused with colorful cereal.
Friend is no longer allowed to open things for me,
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